Ritchie Ginther trying to start his Eagle-Weslake with a tow and a push in the Brands Hatch paddock. 1967 Race of Champions. The race was run in two 10 lap heats and a 40 lap final. Ginther qualified 3rd fastest for Heat 1 and finished in that position. The result of Heat 1 gave the grid for Heat 2 and Ginther finished 2nd behind Dan Gurney in the other Eagle-Weslake. The final was won by Gurney with Ginther running 2nd for a while before he retired.
Ritchie Ginther was a highly talented driver although not of the very top rank. He was highly regarded for his testing ability. Apart from a brief spell with Gurney he drove for Ferrari, B.R.M. and Honda during his Formula 1 career, giving Honda their first Formula 1 world championship win at Mexico in 1965. There is an excellent biography Ritchie Ginther – Motor Racing’s Free Thinker by Richard Jenkins published by Performance Publishing – https://www.performancepublishing.co.uk/richie-ginther-motor-racings-free-thinker.html